Access and information to a variety of resources for College faculty and staff, including CASet Support Services, Marketing and Communications resources, Online Learning support, CAS Governance and Committees and more.
As we look toward the future and UB’s Top 25 public universities ambitions, the College has reorganized the staff structure into Shared Services teams in an effort to better support departments, programs, centers and institutes and to improve and streamline processes and procedures.
CAS Educational Technology (CASet) provides comprehensive information technology services and support to the College of Arts and Sciences, excluding the five departments within the Natural Sciences and Mathematics (NSM) disciplines. CASet partners with faculty and staff to meet instructional, research and administrative needs by providing services and consultation on matters relating to information technology.
The College of Arts and Sciences Marketing and Communications team’s purpose is to raise the College’s profile, create brand awareness, highlight our faculty, boast research strengths, spotlight student excellence and engage alumni.
Our mission is to enhance the sponsorship of research and creative activity of faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences. Working in concert with the University at Buffalo offices of Sponsored Projects Services and the Office of Research Advancement, we provide professional training, guidance and administrative support to faculty and staff pursuing external funding for research, service and scholarly activities.
The State University at New York and the University at Buffalo provide a number of opportunities for recognition of faculty achievement, including service, teaching, scholarship and creative activities.
SUNY released the Telecommuting Policy on August 2, 2021. The policy will support telecommuting and flexible work, where it is reasonable to do so, based on the University’s mission, operational and program needs. Employees in the College of Arts and Sciences should review the process and timelines and discuss the policy with their supervisors prior to requesting telecommuting under the pilot program.